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ISIS Claims Responsibility for Brussels Attacks; More Than 30 Dead A1

Explosions rocked Brussels’ airport and a subway station near EU institutions, killing more than 30 and injuring scores in what authorities called terrorist attacks. The blasts came days after the arrest in Brussels of one of the alleged Paris attackers.

World

Beijing’s Gambia Gambit Feeds Suspicion Across Taiwan Strait A2

Beijing’s embrace of Gambia was aimed as a warning to Taiwan, but the bigger puzzle is why Taiwan cares about this diplomatic scramble over minnow nations.

Opinion

From Syria to Brussels A10

Terrorism spreads from the failure to destroy Islamic State.

Business & Tech.

Volkswagen Committed to Launching 2 New SUVs in U.S. B1

Volkswagen dealers in the U.S. said Tuesday that the German car maker has committed to launching at least two new sport-utility vehicles for American consumers.

Money & Investing

Wall Street’s Former Top Woman Tells Her Side of Lehman’s Collapse B5

Former Lehman Brothers CFO Erin Montella’s new memoir offers a unique perspective of the events that led to the financial crisis.

Personal Journal

The Gym Class Where You Do Nothing A8

Fitness centers are pitching meditation and mindfulness sessions for stressed-out members.


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